Long-time gay rights activists, and current PFLAG members talk about the Portland Chapter of Parents Friends and Families of Lebians and Gays. The recordings were made by the Preserving Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer History class at Portland State University.
The trial of Brianna Waters in Tacoma, Washington has completed its second week. Waters is accused of being the lookout for an arson targeting experimental crops at the University of Washington. Although no one was harmed in the arson, Waters and nine others were charged with "eco-terrorism".This week, witnesses included Robert Corina, a cousin of Waters who allegedly helped rent the car used as the lookout vehicle during the action. In addition, Lacy Fillibaum and Jennifer Kolars were brought to the stand. Both Fillibaum and Kolars are former environmental activists turned informants for the prosecution.
We're revisiting last year’s series on do-it-yourself education. You’ll hear voices from the Portland Free Skool and the Waypost, as well as Matthew Stadler, who gave a presentation at Reed College’s Learning is Fun and Dangerous event about a WWII-era zine called Vedem. As always, podcasts, zines and all kinds of information is available at http://destinationdiy.org.
This Friday's OLMV will feature a live interview with Mr. Eitan Bronstein, and Israeli educator and activist working with an organization called Zachrot ("remembering" or "those who remember"). This organization is dedicated to educating the Israeli public about the history of Al-Nakba (the Arabic word for catastrophe), the displacement and dispossession of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians in 1948. Mr. Bronstein is will be coming through the United States with Muhammad Jaradat (a past guest on OLMV) of the Palestinian group, Badil, in a joint Badil/Zachrot US speaking tour: "Acknowledging the past; Imagining the future: Palestinians and Israelis on 1948 and the Right of Return."
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